Between voice calling and instant messaging, Gmail’s sidebar chat box might be really useful. But, if you don’t use it the thing is just taking up space.
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Is your Google Talk for Android app stuck on an unwanted Google Account? Mine was, and I’m sharing the only known solution in this groovy quick Android tip.
Whenever you have a conversation on Google Talk or via Gmail chat, your conversation is being logged online. Thankfully Google has included a setting that allows you to disable conversation logging, aptly named Go Off the Record. By default all of your Google Chats are simultaneously saved to a folder in Gmail. If you’ve already […]
Photo Credit: Gina Smith If you’re an Android smartphone user, one of the most annoying things is getting Google Talk messages, even when when you closed it. This happens when it’s set to sign in automatically. Here’s how to stop it. First, tap the Menu button on your smartphone and select Settings. Then, uncheck Automatically […]
Google Talk is arguably the one of the best messenger clients for communicating with your contacts. The only thing is, it doesn’t have a whole lot of features. Though, if both you and your recipient are using Google Talk, you can use “markup” to add some mild formatting to your text. There are also some […]
Do you have multiple Google accounts that you use to chat with people? Google Talk is an effective way to chat with other Google and Gmail users from your desktop without using an internet browser. But, by default the program isn’t set up to work with multiple accounts. I’ve found trouble with this because I […]
A few months back we reviewed Gmail Notifier which is a nice companion for Gmail. Recently however I’ve been using Google’s PC only app – Google Talk which does a lot of the same things as Gmail Notifier only a whole lot more including Chat / IM, File Transfers, Gmail Notification, Voice Chat etc… Let’s […]
Despite the new craze of txt messages, twitter and other social media services, email is still a staple most of us rely on to communicate with friends, family and customers. If you use GMail for your email, you will be happy to know that a FREE tool exists which will notify you when a new […]